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Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 8 Paperback – September 4, 2012
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in getting rid of freedoms. These remind of of our own governments and what is happening in our own countries to monitor our freedom of media on you tube, libraries, internet, e-mail..This series is a must read.
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I love this series so much. I think I start almost every review for this series like that, but it’s so true. And this volume… I don’t even know how to handle all of my emotions with this volume, all of the things that happened… And I think it’s perfect, really, just the best thing, when you’re literally grinning throughout an entire volume, because I was with this one. And laughing. And trying not to scream and cry along with Iku (because I was in public while reading this, and that would have been horribly embarrassing).
So this volume concluded the Iku interrogation, and some things were finally realized and came to a front about Tezuka’s brother. As well as Asahina, the guy that Shibazaki has been talking to. And some important, very nice things happened between Shibazaki and Tezuka that I’m really looking forward to developing in the future. They’re so good together, and Shibazaki has some serious self-esteem/image issues that she needs to work through, and that Tezuka needs to help her with. And I’m really looking forward to that.
Also, we got to see some more of Marie and Komaki, which was awesome, because I love them. The last chapter in the volume had to do with something happening to Marie, and Komaki freaking out about it. It was a cliffhanger, as well, so I’m excited to see where that goes.
The main event, though, was between Iku and Dojo. Because ohmygod. I don’t really want to spoil it, but some major things came out, things that I was not expecting to be revealed so soon. But am so very glad they did. It caused some serious, heart-wrenching angst for Iku, as well as a nice talk between Iku and Komaki.Read more ›
Just look at that cover!! Sigh!! Makes you think this is the one, doesn't it? But as the publisher's summary tells us Iku just doesn't understand Dojo's feelings for her. However, this is a pivotal book in their relationship because Iku finally learns that Dojo is her prince! Now that's not a spoiler since we already knew this since book 1, but we've had to wait this long for Iku to know so their relationship could change and, wow, now that she knows things are going to be different! As I repeatedly say every time I review this series, I am not a romance fan *but* I am in love with these two. What a relief this volume was and how exciting the story will become as their relationship is stretched out at this new level. Otherwise, plotlines continue, especially the one involving Tezuka's brother. A new storyline is started involving Marie being assaulted in the library by a "pervert" but this story feels kind of forced as if the "team" needed something to be working on and this is the best the author could come up with at short notice. I feel this story will end quickly but the rest of the book is so great I'm not taking any points off for it. Dojo doesn't even call Iku any names!!
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SO much to love about this volume! I LOVE Dojo donning his formal uniform and coming to rescue Kasahara when Tezuka's brother is trying to harass her into getting his brother on... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Beth M. Honeycutt
As cute as the female protagonist is, the smell of BEEFCAKE reeks all over her. Thankfully the full cast are rounded out to make this yet another fine takuban read! Read morePublished on March 10, 2013 by T. Coleman
I absolutely love this series! I couldn't be any more happy unless they release more volumes sooner! I can't wait until the next volume!Published on November 30, 2012 by dreamer194
Okay well for starters the wait was worth it. This series gets better with every book. Though Iku does find out who who her prince is(I'll miss her cluelessness and Dojo's... Read morePublished on September 12, 2012 by NDNqt